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  • Cafe Ivrit (Hebrew Cafe)

    There is no better time than now to practice your Hebrew! 
    Wednesdays, May 15-June 5th, 11:45am-12:45pm
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  • Shabbat Table Talk for Parents of Teens and their Families

    Three-part series for Parents of Teens and Young Adults

    Part 3: Saturday, May 18
    Nurturing Mental Health, Rabbi Benyamin Moss, LCSW

    Learn with experts about Jewish Social and Emotional skills that will deeply enrich and inspire your Jewish parenting. 
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  • Empty Nester Chavurah

    Beth Tfiloh’s Empty Nester Chavurah is a group of BT members who have adult children no longer living at home. The Chavurah meets once a month at a member’s home to socialize and participate in Jewish-related learning activities.
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  • BTRP - Beth Tfiloh Retired People Nosh & Schmooze

    Once a month, Beth Tfiloh invites you to come nosh on a light brunch, connect with people with shared experiences, and enjoy entertainment and conversations.
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  • Moms and Midrash: Parenting with Soul

    For preschool and lower school moms 
    Mondays, 8 pm
    Led by Chana Slavaticki and guest presenters
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  • Women & Wisdom: What do Jews Believe?

    What do Jews Believe? For GenX Women and parents of Teens
    Tuesdays, 7:30 pm, Oct. 17, Dec. 19, Jan. 30, Mar. 11
    Join us to grapple with Judaism’s most important theological questions and what they mean for our lives.

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  • Men’s Learning & L’chaims

    Enjoy a monthly laid-back night of men’s learning with our BT clergy. Our first unit will explore Jewish perspectives on death, demons and dreams. There will be delicious food and plenty of l’chaims!

    Thursday, April 11: The Significance of Dreams
    Rabbi Jason Goldstein 

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